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gnash

Pronunciation: /næʃ/

Translation of gnash in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • to gnash one's teeth hacer* rechinar los dientes we left him gnashing his teeth with rage lo dejamos rechinando los dientes muerto de rabia
    Example sentences
    • Junko thought in anger as she gnashed her teeth.
    • Should we clean our teeth before gnashing them in anger at another signal failure?
    • Alex reached in and extracted what looked like a crocodile head that was gnashing its teeth together menacingly.

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